NEW HANGER REDUCES DRAWBACKS OF DOWNHOLE FIBER GLASS LINERS

05/24/1993
Stephen Thorness Baker Oil Tools Midland, Tex. A recently developed hydraulically operated hanger eliminates most problems with running and hanging short to medium length fiber glass liners. The Slaughter field, a West Texas CO2 flood, illustrates the application. SLAUGHTER FIELD Initial development of the Slaughter field was completed in the late 1950s. The field was discovered in 1937 in Hockley and Cochran counties south of Levelland, Tex. It produces from the San Andres formation with an average depth of 4,900 ft and a pay of about 100 ft. The field is a stratigraphic trap formed against a por...
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